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[Solved] Save as TIFF 32bit

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Sometimes saving a TIFF works. Stretch is checked and the TIFF looks perfect, exactly like the FITS final. Then sometimes it does not. The TIFF is overexposed (or Blackness is gone, don't know which).

Very frustrating. I could easily be doing something wrong. However I have been able to save good TIFF's and view with no problem. At least sometimes it works.

Version APP 1.082, same computer Windows 10.


OK my bad! I realize that TIFFs are created with ICC profiles. My belief was that the viewer recognized ICC profiles. It did not.

Windows viewer does. XNViewer does. FastRaw does (If properly set) and I am sure numerous other viewers. 

ICC profile recognition is that part I understood but was missing. 

This topic was modified 2 years ago 3 times by Lisa Wood